If you like your hotels pretty, peaceful and with plenty of personality, the family-run Lassi Hotel should be on your shortlist.
Thanks to its hillside, out-of-town spot, peace and quiet reigns supreme at the Lassi Hotel. And yet it’s just a 20-minute walk from the lively town centre of Lassi.
Whitewashed walls, terracotta roof tiles and a spacious pool terrace decorate the Lassi Hotel. Inside, a recent refurbishment has given the place a really fresh feel.
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This large pool area is surroundd with sunbeds and parasols.
Buffet breakfast room
Offering English and Continental breakfast in a comfortable, air-conditioned dining room.
The little ones have their own pool to splash around in.
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Double Room with Balcony or Terrace
These simply decorated rooms come with wooden furnishings. Features include a balcony or terrace plus satellite TV. Air-conditioning* and a safety deposit box* are also available. These sleep 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom.
Twin Room with Balcony or Terrace
These simply decorated rooms come with wooden furnishings. Features include a balcony or terrace plus satellite TV. Air-conditioning* and a safety deposit box* are also available. These sleep 2.
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Lovely hotel let down by evening meal
Hotel and location great. However would not come back here due to lukewarm evening meal. Don't usually do half board but thought we'd give it a try. Decent food ruined by being cold. Not a cheap holiday and we've decided to eat out so more expense!!More
Overall Good Holiday - Upgrade if you can
This hotel is situated at the end of Lassi down at sea level via a slight hill. The hill is a road and a little dark at night but we managed. There is a short cut vias the back of the hotel from the poolside which is steeper and shorter. At the top of the hill is the Dolphin Supermarket which has a good choice and the bus stop to Argosti (1 euro 50 cents). Typical Greece around the surrounds with a good taverna over the road from the hotel and small cone ( no sun lounger ). We had booked with Thomson for one week 22nd - 29th June for £1053 for a double poolside room. Having read the reviews about the sea rooms we emailed the hotel and were offered one for 10 euros a night. We are so glad we did this as the room ( 217) was spacious with a double and single bed and a small kitchenette in a wardrobe. Not used by us as we were B&B. Also the view was lovely and a little fresher in the heat. The air-con was 46 euro for the week. We had a free fridge and a small charge for the safe. As we were in an end room we had a bigger bathroom with the shower of the bath which was very good, hot with good pressure. The pool view rooms looked fine though but had big trees outside which were full of crickets so you might need ear plugs if you don't buy the air con- just a tip. Hairdryer and slippers were a nice touch.Washing line and wardrobe space not too bas - planty of hangers. The hotel sounds like it would be mainly couples but foreign families have their children and the pool is not quiet for reading so take your headphones and music. There isn't a pool bar was a slight negative for us as husband always likes to chat at bar. There is a serving hatch and you take your drinks to a covered area with tables and chairs. Or you can dry off and use the main bar at the front of the hotel which is shady and nice in the evening for a night cap. Hotel is abosutley spotlessly clean with a very good maid service. The pool is clean and sunbeds were plentiful. Breakfast was of a very good standard for greek with quality items and a choice of warm items which were the same daily. Lovely choice of cakes. 7.30-10am. Very busy around 9am. Lassi has very good restaurants and a few bars and shops which I have reviewed seperatelybut going on the regular guests comments it is very hard to have a bad meal. Some restaurants are not eqipped for the very high temperatures so look to eat late - after 10pm of use the Butlers house which is airier with large ceiliing fans.Prices typical through out resort. We loved Mels near the hotel for lunches - fantastic caesar salad. Mosiuitos and wasps about so use Deet Repel lotion 50% from Boots. Not one bite for us again in 10 holidays:) A trip into Argostoli in the evening is worthwhile and 6 euros in an air condtioned taxi. The square is now fully renovated. Worth a look at the turtles. The best beach is the Costa Costa beach - 25 min walk to the other end of the town opposite the Princess Hotel. Loungers are 8 euros and like a single bed. Heaven. We preferred this to the Mediteranian Hotel beach which runs out of sunbeds by 10am. Enjoy and take care in their 40 degree heatwave.More
you get what you pay for
Just returned from a weeks stay at this hotel. We are not normally hotel stayers but went for a week as a birthday treat. The hotel is OK, clean, tidy room, fine for a week. We had excellent views from the balcony and as previously reviewed breakfast was pretty good as long as you arrived around 8ish to find a table. Staff appeared friendly and for us helpful. I was a little confused in having to pay extra for a fridge, never been charged anywhere else before, a little futile as it would have been on whether we paid for it or not the only thing stopping it being used was cupboard door lock. Maybe a little bit of extra income, who knows. Having stayed on the island many times hills and beaches were no problem for us as we knew what to expect. The only negative, which for me spoiled the week, was the last day. It states, if possible, if you have a late flight home you may be able to hold onto your room till the afternoon. We were informed this was not possible, which I can accept if you have new guests arriving, and there were changing and shower facilities by the pool. Not a problem, or so we thought. These facilities were appalling. There were no locks on any of the doors for the shower or the changing room. There is no outside door so it is impossible not to be seen from outside. If the hotel want's return occupancy they must sort this as it feels as though they are saying, your weeks over we are not interested anymore. What a shame. Would we return, probably not..More
Dangerous shower & little things..
Stayed two nights. Nice location and building - great Reception staff. Shower tiny and floods room. More importantly there is no floor mat for grip in the shower which, combined with its size and curtain sticking to you, makes slipping very possible. Reported it twice but it didn't seem to register tbh. The little things - can't put drinks onto room bill, room not properly cleaned upon arrival, flat (gin &) tonic and warm beer in same order. Breakfast ok but a bit of a scrum. Overall ok for two nights but wouldn't stay there again.More
Jon P, 503716
Thank you to the hard working team at the hotel we enjoyed our stay. My wife emailed the hotel before our visit requesting a top mattress as she does suffer with bad ache, also we requested a room with a view our requests were met. The hotel is ideally situated at the end of the lassi strip close to all the restaurants and the coastal road to the lighthouse. I have read mixed reviews on the breakfast we personally found the choices excellent fresh orange juice, yogurts, bread, continental style ham and cheeses, omelettes and fried eggs. The hotel is close to some secluded beaches and the supermarket is just up the hill, the grounds and pool of the hotel are kept clean. The rooms have ample storage space, plenty of cupboards and hangers. Will return !!!!More
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